Time perception of action photographs is more precise than that of still photographs

Moscatelli A, Polito L, Lacquaniti F (2011)
Experimental Brain Research 210(1): 25-32.

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Moscatelli A, Polito L, Lacquaniti F. Time perception of action photographs is more precise than that of still photographs. Experimental Brain Research. 2011;210(1):25-32.
Moscatelli, A., Polito, L., & Lacquaniti, F. (2011). Time perception of action photographs is more precise than that of still photographs. Experimental Brain Research, 210(1), 25-32.
Moscatelli, A., Polito, L., and Lacquaniti, F. (2011). Time perception of action photographs is more precise than that of still photographs. Experimental Brain Research 210, 25-32.
Moscatelli, A., Polito, L., & Lacquaniti, F., 2011. Time perception of action photographs is more precise than that of still photographs. Experimental Brain Research, 210(1), p 25-32.
A. Moscatelli, L. Polito, and F. Lacquaniti, “Time perception of action photographs is more precise than that of still photographs”, Experimental Brain Research, vol. 210, 2011, pp. 25-32.
Moscatelli, A., Polito, L., Lacquaniti, F.: Time perception of action photographs is more precise than that of still photographs. Experimental Brain Research. 210, 25-32 (2011).
Moscatelli, Alessandro, Polito, Laura, and Lacquaniti, Francesco. “Time perception of action photographs is more precise than that of still photographs”. Experimental Brain Research 210.1 (2011): 25-32.
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